This is alright if you've never had bang bang shrimp. . . but the Dinni's sauce is much hotter than Bonefish's sauce and not as flavorful. I bought more than one bottle - wish I hadn't.
I coat my shrimp like this, but wasn't able to find Dinni's sauce, so I used the sauce from Bang Bang Shrimp - Copycat from Bonefish Grill and it turned out wonderful. We fix this often now!
if you want to make the recipe exactly like they do at Bonefish, use Kewpie Mayonnaise and Huy Fong Foods Sriracha Chili. Kewpie Mayo can be found at most Asian grocery stores. I lived in Maryland so it was easy to find at both Asian and Latino supermarkets. It's not as heavy as American Mayo. I used to work 5 minutes from Bonefish Grill in Landover, MD and would go to lunch and dinner there often. I was told by the chef that Kewpie was the best mayo to use if I was trying to replicate the sauce.
REAL CLONE !! This time when I ordered the sauce from dinni's website first I could not find or order the Bang Bang Sauce then I called Dinni and I found that they have changed the name of Dinni's Bang Bang Sauce to Dinni's Spicy Shrimp Sauce. They also have a new 2010 recipe posted which I liked better
This is an exact copycat, excellent recipes for parties or for dinner for two. Thanks Recipe Zaar for introducing it to us.
Outstanding recipe...light, but great texture and a sauce with just enough bite. Yum!
I am very excited to try these! Was going to ask dh to take me to Bonefish for Valentines, but may just try this at home instead :) Thanks for finding and sharing this recipe.